Articles


Mental health in the news

All Along contributes to the way we talk about and understand mental health in the media. Check out some of these articles below with quotes and suggestions from Rachel.

Huffington Post - What millennials work on in therapy.

VICE - Misdiagnosis, PTSD, and finding the right therapist.

Teen Vogue - Anxiety related to social media.

Teen Vogue - Finding therapy for teens in different situations.

Quartz - The benefits of mental downtime. (Same article was reposted and quoted by The Atlantic.)

Racked - Exploring the TV/movie trope of the post-trauma haircut in article and video, plus quoted on A.V. Club.

Shape Magazine - How to become a morning person.

VICE - How to know if you need therapy after a difficult experience.

Scientific American - Risks of diagnosing grief about the environment.

Huffington Post - How to adjust your family's sleep schedule.

Quartz - How the Millennial generation is approaching therapy and religion.

Sierra Magazine - Mental health benefits of caring for the environment.

Caring Magazine - How singing in groups can benefit communities.

Parents.com - Should you let your kids take personal days?

Romper - What parents can do if their child is being bullied.

NASW News (National Association of Social Workers) - Excerpt from article on how to apologize to kids.

The Culture Trip - Commentary on the hit show 13 Reasons Why.

SheKnows - Several articles: How to apologize to kids; understanding teen girls; how to reduce parental anxiety.

The Establishment - How to handle when parents are suicidal.

EverUp - Taking sabbaticals from work.

 

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